Monthly Archives: January 2013

Is That a Pencil in the Drawer, Or…

Since I quit my job, I have realized just how many protective layers I had to don every day so I didn’t lose myself among the dysfunction.  I had different political and religious views than most of the people in … Continue reading

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Book Review 1: No Safe Place by Richard North Patterson

I read No Safe Place by Richard North Patterson on a recommendation from Stephen King’s book On Writing.  He spoke of Patterson’s skillful storytelling and suspense writing.  I’ve had this book on my shelf for a long time, and I … Continue reading

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Like Breaking Up

I didn’t make enough money to pay the rent on time.  I didn’t have health insurance and I was on over $350/month of medications just to keep me balanced on the survival line.  I worked long hours at a job … Continue reading

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Protected: The Emotional Part That I Wouldn’t Let Out At the Time

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2 Drops in the 2013 Bucket

We are in a brand new year, our annual clean slate, our second chance to turn our lives into what we want them to be.  I’ve spent some new years saying goodbye to years that I couldn’t wait to put … Continue reading

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